Modernity meets tranquility

Stockholm is widely celebrated as one of the world’s most beautiful cities, built where lake meets sea, on fourteen islands, with ten centuries of history and culture. The Swedish Royal Capital is widely known for its remarkable modernity, progressiveness and trend sensitivity in everything from lifestyle to fashion, design, food, drink and new technology. The magnificent scenery, ancient history, fresh air, clean waters, plenty of space for everyone, vast green areas and a truly innovative spirit are vital parts of Stockholm’s exceptional character and charm: Nature, urban sophistication and cultural history, all in a single day - and plenty to explore if the stay is extended. Banner Photo Credits: Ola Ericson/imagebank.sweden.se

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Useful information

Language

Swedish

Distance from pier to city center

Nybroviken 5: 0,5 km
Nynäshamn Bouy/Seawalk: 90 km
Skeppsbron 106: 0 km
Stadsgården 160: 1 km
Stadsgården 167: 2,2 km
Frihamnen 638: 3,5 km Frihamnen 634: 3,5 km Frihamnen 650: 3,5 km Värtahamnen 523: 3,5 km
Värtahamnen 511: 3,5 km Värtahamnen 515: 3,5 km

Transportation to/from airport

42 km to Arlanda International Airport (20 minutes by train from downtown Stockholm).

Currency

Swedish Krona SEK

Transport to/from city center

10-30 minutes walk

Port information

Berthing policy: First come, first served.

Nynäshamn Seawalk

Max LOA: Distance between the aft mooringbuoy and shoreline is aproximately 500 m.Max depth: 15 mType of berth (passenger, cargo, bulk traffic): PassengerBollard strength: 125 tonnes at each hook at buoy, 150 tonnes at each QRH ashoreInfo on tides: N/A Learn more
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Buoy at Strömmen

Max LOA: 400 m distance between buoysMax depth: 25 mType of berth (passenger, cargo, bulk traffic): At buoyFenders available (brand and type): N/ABollard strength: N/A Learn more
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Stadsgården 160

Max LOA: 300 m (length of quay)Max depth: 7,4 m (depth at quay)Type of berth (passenger, cargo, bulk traffic): Passenger Fenders available (brand and type): Fixed rubber Bollard strength: 75 tonnes Learn more
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Stadsgården 167

Max LOA: 500 m (length of quay)Max depth: 9,4 m (depth at quay)Type of berth (passenger, cargo, bulk traffic): Passenger Fenders available (brand and type): Fixed rubber Bollard strength: 50 - 100 tonnes Learn more
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Värtahamnen 523

Max LOA: 220 m (length of quay)Max depth: 7,5 m (depth at quay)Type of berth (passenger, cargo, bulk traffic): Passenger, bulk Fenders available (brand and type): Fixed rubberBollard strength: 75 tonnes Learn more
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Värtahamnen 511

Max LOA: 266 m (length of quay)Max depth: 10 m (depth at quay)Type of berth (passenger, cargo, bulk traffic): Passenger / cargoFenders available (brand and type): Fixed rubberBollard strength: 80 - 125 tonnes Learn more

Skeppsbron 105

Max LOA: 130 m (length of quay)Max depth: 6 m (depth at quay)Type of berth (passenger, cargo, bulk traffic): PassengerFenders available (brand and type): Fixed rubberBollard strength: 30 tonnes Learn more

Värtahamnen 515

Max LOA: 255 m (length of quay)Max depth: 8 m (depth at quay)Type of berth (passenger, cargo, bulk traffic): Passenger / cargoFenders available (brand and type): Fixed rubberBollard strength: 80 - 125 tonnes Learn more

Frihamnen 638

Max LOA: 400 m (length of quay)Max depth: 9,5 m (depth at quay)Type of berth (passenger, cargo, bulk traffic): PassengerFenders available (brand and type): Fixed rubberBollard strength: 50 - 125 tonnes Learn more

Frihamnen 634

Max LOA: 300 m (length of quay)Max depth: 9 m (depth at quay)Type of berth (passenger, cargo, bulk traffic): Passenger / bulkFenders available (brand and type): Fixed rubberBollard strength: 75 tonnes Learn more

Frihamnen 650

Max LOA: 210 m (length of quay)Max depth: 9 m (depth at quay)Type of berth (passenger, cargo, bulk traffic): PassengerFenders available (brand and type): Fixed rubberBollard strength: 75 tonnes Learn more

Port Fees

Harbour dues (Currency/GT)

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Passenger dues (Currency/PAX)

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Services available for guests

Always available
Available in some cases
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Pier
Personal welcome
Musical welcome
Cruise guest national flags
Shopping & Attractions
Shops open on Sundays
Shops offer flexible opening hours for cruise guests
Museums offer flexible opening hours for cruise guests
Shops accept credit card payment with no lower limit
Destination has special offers for crew
Free city maps
City Cards for sale
Port
Independent guest reception and help
Local life and events with locals
Mailbox available
Signed route from pier to city centre and/or public transport
Tourist information (office or maps) in port area
Money exchange in port area
Free Wi-Fi in port

Free WiFi at Cruise quays S167, S160, F650, F638, F634 and terminal Värtan

Destination collaboration
Local cruise network
Authorized guides
Education of tourism partners on the cruise guest
Possiblity for special arrangements and flexibility
Destination video available for Cruise Lines
Transport
City centre within 1 km from pier
Publicly regulated taxis
Bike rental including map or GPS
Hop on/hop off services in port area

www.stromma.se www.redsightseeing.com

Turnaround facilities
Scandic Hotel(s) in city
Cruise-ready hotels
Direct flights to USA
Airport less than one hour drive from port
Airport less than one hour drive from city centre
Free Wi-Fi in airport

Selected attractions

The Vasa Museum

The Vasa is the world’s only preserved 17th century warship. The Vasa sank on its maiden voyage 1628. Salvaged 333 years later.

City Hall

Home to the Nobel Prize dinner, and to the Golden Hall: More than 18 million glass and gold mosaic tiles.

The Royal Palace

Official residence to the King of Sweden, and one of Europe’s largest palaces, more than 600 rooms.

Old Town – Gamla Stan

The idyllic, medieval heart of the city, Gamla Stan, was founded in 1252.

Skansen – on Djurgården

Oldest open-air museum in the world. Visit a miniature Sweden, a zoo, enjoy a great view of Stockholm.

ABBA The Museum

Be the 5th member of ABBA! The Music, clothes, films, musicals and more. Walk in and dance out!

Exciting extras

Fotografiska, The Swedish Museum of Photography

One of the world’s largest museums of photography, right by the sea.

Millesgården

Home of artists Carl and Olga Milles, built on terraces. Sculptures outside, castings in the large studio.

Spritmuseum

Peruse Sweden’s history with alcohol, in the Museum of Spirits. 18th century naval buildings on the island of Djurgården.

Stockholm Subway – 110 km of art

Unique subway system, adorned by sculptures, mosaics, paintings by more than 150 artists.

Vikingaliv – A true adventure

From 2017 you will be able to take your family on an unforgettable journey, in time and space. Visit the island of Djurgården in central Stockholm and travel back in time to an era full of adventure – the Viking Age.

Stockholm Archipelago

Just a few minutes away from the city of Stockholm the archipelago, with nearly 30.000 island, begins. Rugged nature blends with wooded islands, rocky cliffs and sandy beaches. Explore uninhabited islets as well as islands with new communities and ancient villages, where large houses and small cottages stand side by side.

Events

1 Jun 2019
1 Jun 2018
ASICS Stockholm Marathon
Place: Stockholm
Category: Sports
6 Jun 2019
6 Jun 2019
Swedish National Day celebrations in Stockholm
Place: Stockholm
Category: Folklore,Sports,Food,Music

Varied Shore Excurions

Panoramic Stockholm & The Vasa Museum
Main sights, warship Vasa, Old Town, Royal Palace, City Hall, the City Centre and the magnificent view of Stockholm from Fjällgatan.
Stockholm Highlights
One of the best tours. Including the city’s main attractions the Vasa Museum, the City Hall and The Old Town, where a short walk is included.
Royal Palace and the Old Town
Always a popular tour including a guided walk in the Old Town and a visit to the Royal Palace.
The Vikings & the Gold Room
A panoramic tour of the city, a visit to the Viking Exhibition and the magnificent Gold Room at the National Museum of Antiquities.
Old Town & Millesgården
Stunning sculpture park, by Carl Milles, in combination with the Oldest and cosiest part of the city, the Old Town.
Roof top hiking
Breathtaking views and exhilaration! Buckle up in your safety harness and enjoy a guided walk along the narrow rooftop path of Riddarholmen.

Contacts

Visit Stockholm
Christian Bergström
Marketing Manager
Ports of Stockholm
Stefan Scheja
Manager Cruise and Ferry
stefan.scheja@stockholmshamnar.se Phone + 46 8 67 028 13 Mob: + 46 70 770 28 13
Magasin 2, Frihamnsgatan 21-23
PO Box 27314, 102 54 Stockholm, Sweden